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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Lola Bunny with sound clips and images.
Lola Bunny is an anthropomorphic rabbit and has been established as having a romantic involvement with Bugs Bunny, as well as being his main love interest and girlfriend.She made her first appearance in Space Jam.

Created by AMT on Sat Sep 3 2011, 87 Comments, Add Comment
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Space Jam (1996)
Lola BunnyKath Soucie
Kath Soucie
Baby Looney Tunes (2002)
Lola (Baby)Britt McKillip
Britt McKillip
The Looney Tunes Show (2011)
Lola BunnyKristen Wiig
Kristen Wiig

EDITOR'S OPINION

I love Kath Soucie's voice and her work as Lola is definitely one of her best works! As she was Lola's first ever voice, it'll be very hard to beat her!

Britt's take on Lola was very cute and fitting for her baby incarnation!

Now, the controversial part... Lola's personality and voice had taken a dramatic change in the Looney Tunes Show. However, I have to say while I like her original personality, I find this Lola incarnation INCREDIBLY funny and entertaining, and Kristin Wiig did an amazing job with the voice for Lola's new eccentric personality!

All of Lola's voice are great works of voice acting, but I have to give this one to Kath Soucie, with Kristin being a good second and Britt being a decent third.


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Archerboy58
said at 10:14 PM on Sat Feb 22 2014
Kath Soucie wins this one. I HATE the way Lola is betrayed in that show and Kristen's voice being part of the reason
RH93535
said at 10:04 PM on Sat Feb 22 2014
Kath's version of Lola is too sexy to the point where you think thoughts that shouldn't be thought about a bunny.
HienFan
said at 6:01 AM on Mon Jan 20 2014
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The only one I like is Kristen Wiig.

Kath is too sexy and I never liked child versions of characters.
DreamMaster08X (Probationary Moderator)
said at 9:39 AM on Mon Nov 11 2013
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For those who say Kristen's Lola is sexist:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2xDJPc-yaM

Seriously... I don't get it. -_-
Galactic_Cyrus
said at 2:17 PM on Fri Oct 4 2013
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Kath has the best voice, but Kristen played the best character and was the funniest. Britt was just...bleah!
Ross123
said at 10:32 AM on Mon Sep 23 2013
Kristin really makes Lola sound funny & I have to mention that I love that clip "And now your feature presentation" makes it funny.

Kath was pretty good as romantic Lola.

Britt doesn't count as she was young Lola.
Soldierkei
said at 9:55 AM on Tue Sep 17 2013
Love Kath, and I have no doubt if she reprised the role, she'd give a performance similar to Kristen. Buuuut it's dont count, and Kristen had to better material to work with, so I'm giving it to her.
MatthewC17
said at 3:03 PM on Mon Sep 16 2013
1. Kristen Wiig - She managed to annoy me at first, but after watching more episodes she had me cracking up, and I love Lola's bubbly personality
2. Kath Soucie - Sounds more like a seductress than Lola but that's the idea of the Space Jam Lola
3. Britt McKilip - Love her rendition of Lola as a baby, so cute and bossy when she needs to be
SpongeBat1
said at 6:45 PM on Wed Aug 28 2013
After hearing Kath's sample again, I have to say she sounds too young.
TrueMyriad
said at 9:08 AM on Thu Aug 8 2013
The first two versions of Lola were either one-dimensional, or extremely generic. When Kristen Wiig was casted as Lola, she made her the most unique character in the entire show.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 11:09 PM on Wed Jul 24 2013
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When it comes to bland vs annoying I usually side with bland. So Kath wins for me. I think Lola was a bad idea to begin with though.
PsychicVoiceSpy
said at 12:38 AM on Wed Jul 24 2013
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I wish they would have just toned down the "sexiness" SJ Lola had and given her a bit more of a Looney Toon-ish energy to her and brought Kath Soucie back. Kristen Wiig's voice just doesn't say "Looney Toon character" when I listen to it. It sounds like a one-shot female character that would appear in a sitcom.

Definitely voting for Kath Soucie. I definitely would have liked to hear her voice the character again.
OswaldFan825
said at 11:36 AM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy The Looney Tunes Show is a sitcom. You know that right?
PsychicVoiceSpy
said at 12:28 PM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@OswaldFan825 Yes, I know that. The point is that I think she doesn't sound like a Looney Toons character. Bugs and Daffy are in the same show and they still sound like Looney Toons, but Kristen Wiig's Lola, in my opinion, doesn't.
OswaldFan825
said at 12:31 PM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy Kath never sounded like a Looney Tune either, you know.
PsychicVoiceSpy
said at 12:53 PM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@OswaldFan825 That's debatable, but I still think Kath's voice is more interesting to listen to regardless. I don't have much more to say on the matter at this time.
OswaldFan825
said at 11:01 PM on Wed Sep 18 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy Kath just reminded me over one of those people who try to gain boyfriends by acting all hot and stuff.
HienFan
said at 8:28 AM on Thu Jul 18 2013
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Kristen Wiig she's hilarious

Kath's version sounds too seductive and Lola was so boring and was just there to be a girlfriend to Bugs
ConfusedPhantom
said at 4:02 PM on Sun Apr 21 2013
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Kristen Wiig, hands down. Her version is funny, crazy and hilarious. She makes Lola work off the other Looney Tunes' personalities and it's freaking great. The way they wrote Lola in Space Jam was boring and...not funny. In a way, too perfect. And the sexualized part of her character just isn't funny.
MatthewC17
said at 12:33 AM on Sat Feb 9 2013
I change my mind I like Kristen better after watching more episodes, she had me cracking up and sometimes she can sound like Kath
bugsbunny825
said at 8:55 PM on Sun Feb 3 2013
I say Kristen Wiig is best. I really like her personality along with her new voice.
TheTrueYuma
said at 1:17 AM on Thu Jan 24 2013
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To all that complain about Lola's "sexy symbol" status from Space Jam and praise her characterization in TLTS, open your eyes and look past that like you're supposed to. She's a tough, athletic chick and without her the Tunes would have lost to the Monstars. Plus, she didn't have a lot of screen time in Space Jam so it's not like she could really be fleshed out as a character.

She really does have a worse characterization in The Looney Tunes Show. She doesn't have any quirks because bipolar disorder is not a quirk. Not even Taz (another character that show ruined) is as crazy as she is. She needs some freakin' meds. Plus, Kirsten Wiig uses a background character type of voice for her.
coolgeek176
said at 9:38 PM on Thu Dec 6 2012
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I'm going with Kath Sourcie.I think she had the best performance. Kristen Wiig's characterization annoys me. She wasn't really the funniest character before but I think she's just unfunny now.
coolgeek176
said at 10:04 PM on Sat Mar 30 2013
@coolgeek176 I mean Kath Soucie.
rosebr10
said at 12:18 PM on Mon Dec 3 2012
I give this to Soucie for being the original and her unquestioned longevity via cameos - cameos that stop the sex symbol stigma dead in its tracks and prove that she is really is just another one of them.

Besides, she was looney back then. It wasn't till the end of the movie but still.
pete
said at 4:36 PM on Wed Nov 28 2012
I like Wiig in Season 2 more since she got funnier and is less of a "ditz". Kath and Brit don't really do anything original but their performances are good though.
Edork42
said at 1:51 AM on Sun Nov 4 2012
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While I'm not the biggest fan of how much her character got altered in the new show, I think Kristen is hilarious as Lola. My only problem is her voice doesn't really fit Lola; she's pretty much just using her natural voice. If her voice was a little higher (cartoony) she'd probably be my favorite. So at the moment, Kath is my favorite with Kristen coming at a close second. Britt was cool, too.
Classic-Cartoony
said at 4:13 AM on Sun Sep 23 2012
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Kristen Wiig and The Looney Tones Show Lola is my fave. Kristen makes Lola sound fun and crazy and that matches the character well. Britt McKillip is my second fave because the Baby Looney Tunes was my fave show as a little kid and Britt's voice is just so cute. I don't care about Space Jam though, Kath Soucie did do a great job at that version of Lola.
TheBlackHawk
said at 3:25 PM on Fri Jul 13 2012
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1. Tie between Kath Soucie and Britt McKillip; I think they were perfect for their respective incarnations of Lola.
2. Kristen Wiig is also good, but only for this incarnation of Lola who is completely unlike her traditional character in Space Jam and Baby Looney Toons.
SpongeBat1
said at 8:57 PM on Wed May 30 2012
Oh my god. I just caused the most popular actor to change. Now I feel like I count! On the subject at hand, each Lola differs greatly from the other, and Kath, Britt, and Kristen do a great job of performing their respective version of the character.
Spider RedNight
said at 11:48 AM on Mon Mar 19 2012
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To be fair, these characters really aren't anything alike. Space Jam Lola was a tough, yet feminine sports girl. In Baby Looney Tunes she was, well, a kid, and in the new Looney Tunes show she's a psychotic, hilarious "Love me or I kill you" girlfriend-type. And I think each voice actress did good for the character they were performing.
voiceactorfan
said at 9:00 PM on Tue Jan 24 2012
idk about kath she makes her sound like a little child
jordanninetales
said at 8:55 PM on Wed Jan 25 2012
@voiceactorfan I think she did a fantastic job with the character she voiced. Now if she made her sound like Lil (the baby one, not the one from All Grown Up), that would be awful. But she made sound like any female character should sound so I think you should reconsider your response.
pokemastanumba1
said at 9:59 PM on Sat Oct 13 2012
@jordanninetales That's just his opinion.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 4:05 PM on Tue Jan 24 2012
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In any other TV show, movie or whatever, "Space Jam" Lola would just be another bland sex-appeal character to bring the guy viewers in, which is why in the context of Looney Tunes she is horrendously out-of-place. It doesn't help that she has zero "Looney" quirks to speak of besides not sucking at basketball. Even her intended purpose as sex appeal is defeated by the fact that she is a disturbing hodgepodge of rabbit and human anatomy, making her sensually appealing to neither rabbits nor humans. I suppose Soucie does do an admirable job with what she had to work with in that her voice is pleasant enough to listen to, but her character is just so horrible that I have a hard time backing her up on this acting choice.

Baby Lola is basically what you get if you take away whatever misguided "sexy" traits she had in SJ, which is basically making a bland character blander. Britt's not awful to listen to, but she had nearly nothing to work with.

With all that in mind, I'm going with Wiig by default. Any Looniness from this character is better than what we got in the past.
jordanninetales
said at 8:46 PM on Wed Jan 25 2012
@CatsTuxedo What do you mean "better than we got in the past?" Space Jam was made back when hot music artists like R. Kelly, Changing Faces, Monica, D'Angelo, LL Cool J, Method Man, Busta Rhymes, and Coolio were out and Looney Tunes was out before they was even thought of. I know cartoons are suppose to be funny and all but I think you should reconsider the response you just made towards a character who's the girlfriend of Warner Bros' most famous mascot.
foxx278
said at 1:05 AM on Sat Feb 4 2012
@jordanninetales Did you just name really horrible musicians and just compared and referenced them to the Looney Tunes? Good lord. And CatsTuxedo's statement is absolutely true so he needs not to reconsider anything. What the writers and Kristin Wiig has given us in this new show is most definitely better than what we got in the past, which is basically Jessica Rabbit in actual rabbit form.
jordanninetales
said at 10:07 PM on Sat Feb 4 2012
@foxx278 In case you forgot, those artists I just named were out during the "90's" which was the golden age of television, movies, music, cartoons, and video games and I understand what he meant by how female characters shouldn't be represented as sex appeal but he's saying it like "girls shouldn't act like girls". I mean girls are suppose to be ladylike and sophisticated and they're also suppose to look beautiful by wearing makeup and nail polish and high heels not hideous or unattractive or nothing like that.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 11:19 PM on Sat Feb 4 2012
@jordanninetales I'd hardly call the 90s entertainment's "golden age" myself. Sure it was an alright time (especially after the 70s and 80s), but it definitely wasn't spectacular.

So women must be sophisticated and beautiful, but men don't need to? In our modern day's aim to achieve total gender neutrality in society, that kind of statement would never fly. And our current social mores are a reason as to why the Space Jam Lola has aged so horribly; back when the movie was made, cartoonists were downright afraid to create a funny female character in a slapstick-centric series such as Looney Tunes and thus settled for inoffensive, personality-less cutouts whose sole notable trait was being female (or sexy if they were lucky). Today, there are numerous comedic female characters with more personality than all of the 90's female characters combined, which makes Lola in the new Looney Tunes show much more relevant to modern audiences.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 12:44 AM on Sun Feb 5 2012
@jordanninetales "I mean girls are suppose to be ladylike and sophisticated and they're also suppose to look beautiful by wearing makeup and nail polish and high heels not hideous or unattractive or nothing like that."

Sorry, but I can't be the only one who thinks a girl looks infinitely better without makeup.

And if you think all girls are like this... well, let me just say you're in for a surprise.

Regardless, like what I said before, I prefer Kath's voice because Kristen's just isn't memorable at all. From an unbiased point of view since I don't know a whole lot about this character, by voice alone Kath wins. Maybe Lola is written better in the Looney Tunes Show... but this is a voice compare, and voice acting is what matters most.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 12:03 PM on Sun Feb 5 2012
@jordanninetales

90s was in NO WAY the 'golden age' of any of those things. 80s and 60s and present day have/had better cartoons, movies are way better nowadays and television was better both today and in the 80s. The only thing I like better in the 90s then the 80s and before was the music. You are honestly the first person I have ever heard refer to the 90s as the golden age of anything. You and CatsTuxedo have some pretty strange ideas as to what eras were 'golden' and what were not!!
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 12:07 PM on Sun Feb 5 2012
In fact 90s was actually a pretty dark time in cartoon history. The only decade that was really worse then the 90s was the 70s. 90s was the decade that saw the death of the saturday morning cartoon and a transition from stations focusing on making quality cartoons (like they had in the 80s) to making more live action (saved by the bell) type programming. This is a fact that cannot be disputed!
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 12:27 PM on Sun Feb 5 2012
@OptimusSolo I just wanted to mention that the reason the "Saturday morning cartoon" format died because cable and satellite television, which became popular in the 90s, allowed for a great deal more TV channels then there were in the past, including some completely or at least partially specializing in cartoon programming, such as Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network. This in turn rendered the "Saturday morning" format redundant and pretty much irrelevant by the end of the 90s. The boost in prominence given to cartoons by Nick and CN is largely why I stand by my statement that the 90s were an alright time for animation.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 12:38 PM on Sun Feb 5 2012
@CatsTuxedo Actually although that is partially true - It was more so the popularity of the live-action 'kids/teens' shows that were responsible for the shift in Saturday mornings. I can provide you with MANY references/interviews and articles from the early 90s which would show that the MAIN reason for the cancellation of saturday morning cartoons was because of the success of live action shows like Saved by the Bell. This is the MAIN reason why NBC dropped cartoons in favor of 'TNBC' and the other channels followed suit.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 12:39 PM on Sun Feb 5 2012
@OptimusSolo So although cable/satellite tv may have had a minor side role in this occurrence it was FAR from 'the reason' like you stated it was.
MatthewC17
said at 11:12 PM on Sat Jan 14 2012
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I'm sorry to disappoint Wig fans but she is annoying for adult Lola I'm going with Kath Soucie
Torak
said at 4:48 AM on Sun Oct 7 2012
@MatthewC17 Agreed there.
JayGirl10
said at 4:02 PM on Mon Dec 26 2011
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I absolutely hate what they did with Lola's character on the Looney Toons Show...and on top of that replace Kath with someone more famous! Why??
MatthewC17
said at 11:08 PM on Sat Jan 14 2012
@JayGirl10 I know right Wig can get on your nerves she makes Lola sound like she has ADHD and Bi-Polar Disorder
foxx278
said at 9:42 PM on Sun Mar 18 2012
@MatthewC17 Again, as I said before, THAT'S THE IDEA BEHIND THE CHARACTER! Or do you know what character is?
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:32 PM on Sun Mar 18 2012
@foxx278 Hey, there's no need to throw insults at other people over this.
pokemastanumba1
said at 10:01 PM on Sat Oct 13 2012
@JayGirl10 To be fair, this definitely isn't the worst case of it.
Galactic_Cyrus
said at 5:00 PM on Fri Dec 16 2011
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Kristen Wig FTW.
MatthewC17
said at 11:23 AM on Wed Nov 23 2011
Kath Soucie sounds like a grown up version of Lil DeVille
foxx278
said at 2:15 AM on Fri Nov 25 2011
@MatthewC17 Considering she DID voice Lil DeVille (and Phil for that matter) in both Rugrats and All Grown Up, she should.
MatthewC17
said at 11:10 PM on Sat Jan 14 2012
@foxx278 it also sounds like Tish from The Weekenders also
foxx278
said at 2:29 PM on Fri Feb 3 2012
@MatthewC17 Still the same voice actress.
Avenger
said at 6:15 AM on Sun Nov 6 2011
I vote Kristen Wiig, she made Lola interesting and funny character. I know that current clip is better for voice compare, but my favorite Lola scene is "We are in Love" song
foxx278
said at 9:43 PM on Sun Mar 18 2012
@Avenger We Are In Love was seriously funny, but her President's Day song topped it big time!
Mutant God
said at 8:18 PM on Tue Oct 18 2011
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its called looney tunes for a reason Lola is suppose to wacky, nutty and looney so Im going with Wiig
foxx278
said at 11:35 PM on Thu Oct 6 2011
I'm going to go with Kristin Wiig on this one. Here's why. What most people here tend to forget about her Lola is that the reason she stupid and annoying is because SHE'S SUPPOSED TO BE! It's part of her new character and personality in the show, which actually works considering it's a personality that can actually workable in terms of comedic delivery. Now, whether people want to believe it or not, the Lola we saw in Space Jam is actually nothing but a blatant sex symbol, and the creators were very nonchalant about it either. Seriously go back and look at the movie again, because what you're going to see, in terms of what little characteristics they gave LB, you will see the combined archetypes of a hawksian woman and a femme fatale. Those two archetypes automatically spells sex symbol, and guess what? No disrespect to Kath Soucie (she's one of my favorite voice actresses), but that's exactly how she voiced the characters. To add to that, what people also fail to realize is that Space Jam was in no way funny, and Lola herself was in no way funny (honestly, who really laughed at anything she did or anyone else did in that movie).

If you like the Lola Bunny with sex appeal, fine. That's your decision, but I'm going to stick with the comedic Lola Bunny that actually makes me laugh (as the Looney Tunes should be doing).
JayGirl10
said at 4:04 PM on Mon Dec 26 2011
@foxx278 Actually she was more feminist in Space Jam, instead of the absolute opposite in the new show. A better role model for girls.
foxx278
said at 2:28 PM on Fri Feb 3 2012
@JayGirl10 Yeah, she was more feminist in the sense that she was all the archetypes I just named: hawksian woman and femme fatale (and you can also throw in tomboy, as well). And being a feminist doesn't at all mean someone makes a good role model. Still, go back and watch the movie and see how they presented her. She had on skimpy attire (seriously, a small tank top and Daisy Duke shorts) and as I stated before, she was given a seductive voice by Kath Soucie (don't believe me, watch the movie again and listen to it closely and carefully), and look closely at her mannerisms. The best example is the introduction scene before the game...the way she walks out to the court, behind a silhouette, and the way the announcer describer her: "scintillating" and "heartthrob." Also, her catchphrase, if you want to call it that: "don't ever call me doll." Watch her more closely and listen to exactly HOW she says it. That's a role model to you? If you want to call that a role model, fine. That's on you. But I still stand by what I describe her as: a blatant sex symbol! And I've always said and believed that if Jessica Rabbit were actually a rabbit instead of a human, Space Jam Lola would be exactly her...EASILY!
Cartoon_fan87
said at 1:39 PM on Mon Sep 5 2011
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Kath, Wiig's characterization is too stupid and annoying.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:16 PM on Tue Sep 6 2011
@Cartoon_fan87 I agree
foxx278
said at 9:45 PM on Sun Mar 18 2012
@Cartoon_fan87 Wiig's characterization is stupid and annoying because THAT'S THE IDEA BEHIND THE CHARACTERIZATION! Space Jam Lola had ZERO characterization outside of being the obvious sex symbol, but I guess that's what you like about her, isn't it?
PurpleWarrior13
said at 4:43 PM on Sun Sep 4 2011
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I like Kath. Wiig was a little too annoying for my tastes. Britt was actually pretty good too. Tress was alright for an imitation of Kath (why didn't they bring Kath back anyway?).
jordanninetales
said at 1:34 AM on Mon Sep 5 2011
@PurpleWarrior13 Kath voiced her in Tweety's High-Flying Adventure but her voice is uncredited. If you listen carefully you'll know.
PurpleWarrior13
said at 5:45 PM on Mon Sep 5 2011
@jordanninetales But that was Tress in THFA right?
jordanninetales
said at 10:01 PM on Mon Sep 5 2011
@PurpleWarrior13 No.
PurpleWarrior13
said at 11:31 PM on Tue Sep 6 2011
@jordanninetales I'm pretty sure it was Tress doing an impression of Kath. They do have similar sounding "adult women" voices, as used there.
jordanninetales
said at 9:58 PM on Wed Sep 7 2011
@PurpleWarrior13 Trust me it was really was Kath. She has more of a young woman voice.
Foxwolf (Admin)
said at 2:17 AM on Fri Sep 9 2011
@jordanninetales our Mod BlueSky has confirmed that you're correct and we've updated the VC accordingly. thanks
Curt
said at 1:05 AM on Sun Sep 4 2011
I really like the new Lola, mostly because she's actually funny rather than just being a love interest for Bugs, in fact I love the fact that Bugs is not actually interested in her after their first date
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:43 PM on Sat Sep 3 2011
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I know this'll piss people off but I fine Wiig's version to be the most annoying take on a Looney Tunes character ever. I stopped watching the show as soon as she appears. Sorry I don't normally hate or flame but that really made me mad.

Kath is the winner
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:33 PM on Sat Sep 3 2011
@Music Meister I'm with you on this one. To me one of the most important things about Looney Tunes is that everyone has a unique, wacky, and entertaining voice. Kristen sounds too plain, like she can be any girl character in any TV show.

Kath gets my vote, but holy cow Tress does a good imitation. Especially considering her other roles; this one is totally distinct.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 3:59 PM on Sun Sep 4 2011
@NCZI know, I honsestly thought it was Kath in that movie. Britt was really cute.
jordanninetales
said at 1:44 AM on Mon Sep 5 2011
@NCZ Tress didn't voice her. If you watch Tweety's High-Flying Adventure you'll see her as the reporter and if you listen to her talking you'll notice that Kath did provide her voice. Tress sounds more like Dot from Animaniacs.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:07 PM on Mon Sep 5 2011
@jordanninetales It's called doing an impression
NCZ (Admin)
said at 3:04 PM on Wed Sep 7 2011
@jordanninetales Yeah, using your ears isn't a good enough source. Unless you can provide more concrete evidence like a resume or interview where she confirms doing the role in that movie, we'll leave it as is.
JayGirl10
said at 4:06 PM on Mon Dec 26 2011
@Music Meister I agree with you. The old Lola was way a better character and role model. She stood up for herself. She was independent. She was smart. She was feminist. That's the reason she is the sex symbol, not just the looks.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 4:48 PM on Mon Dec 26 2011
@JayGirl10 And the newest version is the exact opposite. Disappointing all around
RabidSonicFan
said at 8:17 PM on Sat Sep 3 2011
All of them are good, but I'm going with Kristen Wiig, seeing as I like her version of the character the most.
RabidSonicFan
said at 8:17 PM on Sat Sep 3 2011
All of them are good, but I'm going with Kristen Wiig, seeing as I like her version of the character the most.
Tre01
said at 8:06 PM on Sat Sep 3 2011
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Kath hands down, although I don't like this new Lola much. I mean, sure her design works but in the song 'We are in love' she's a ruddy stalker!!
Blue Paratroopa
said at 8:03 PM on Sat Sep 3 2011
Wiig all the way!!!


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